Duct Cleaning

America’s Best Services offers the most thorough and effective air duct cleaning service in the Southwest.

  • Fact: Indoor air is found to be up to 70 times more polluted than outdoor air – EPA* (read the EPA reports below)
  • Fact: 1 of 6 people who suffer from allergies do so because of the direct relationship to the fungi and bacteria in air duct systems.Recommendation: People suffering from asthma should have the air ducts cleaned every 6 months. For allergies, once a year. No allergies, every two years.

Cleaning Your Air Ducts

  • We are experienced in duct cleaning and have worked on systems like yours;
  • We will use procedures to protect you, your pets, and your home from contamination; and
  • We comply with NADCA’s air duct cleaning standards.

Our technicians are trained in the complete step-by-step process, gaining a full understanding of not only how we clean to this high standard, but also why.

Cleaning Your Dryer Ducts

Each year, over 15,000 American families suffer home fires associated with their clothes dryers. These fires are responsible for approximately 10 deaths, 310 injuries, and $96,000,000 in property damage.

Causes & Cures of Dryer Fires

Reduced airflow and lint build-up cause overheating and prevent fast drying action. When this happens, the high temperature limit safety switches cycle on and off continuously and thus may fail over a period of time. This results in higher costs of operation and could result in a costly and dangerous dryer fire.

Advance Warning Signs

  • Clothes (especially towels or jeans) take a very long time to dry.
  • Clothes are hotter than usual at the end of the cycle.
  • Flapper on vent hood doesn’t open when dryer is on.

*Read these EPA publications:


hpguide_200Indoor Air Pollution:

An Introduction for Health Professionals
Co-sponsored by: The American Lung Association (ALA), The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), and The American Medical Association (AMA) U.S. Government Printing Office Pub No. 1994-523-217/81322, 1994


inside_storyThe Inside Story:

A Guide to Indoor Air Quality
United States Environmental Protection Agency and the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission Office of Radiation and Indoor Air (6604J) EPA Document # 402-K-93-007, April 1995

Please Contact Us to inquire about how we can improve the health and safety of your home with our thorough air duct cleaning services.

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